Blame Eric Ten Hag for today’s woeful performance, all he knows is MATCH FIXING, he doesn’t have any game plan at all – Harry Maguire POST MATCH interview today

As said by Kevin Hand

Released on April 13, 2024

27 April 2024

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The page has been closed. Thank you for coming today. Following Saturday, April 13’s Premier League 2-2 draw between Bournemouth and Manchester United, here are the latest developments:


The day’s last Premier League match ended in a 2-2 draw between Bournemouth and Manchester United.

Bruno Fernandes pulled his team even after the Cherries took the lead twice.

The Red Devils have six games remaining and are ten points off of fourth place. United now lead Bournemouth by eight points, and they are in 12th place.

Manchester City, who are currently defending their Premier League title, defeated Luton Town 5-1 earlier in the day.

In Sunday’s matchups, the top two teams—Arsenal and Liverpool—will square off.

Instantaneous results

Statistics for the match


two hours ago (19:22 GMT)

Until next time

Our live coverage of Saturday’s Premier League matches has come to an end.


Our opening match of the day saw Manchester City thrash Luton Town 5-1, while Manchester United drew Bournemouth 2-2.


On Sunday, we’ll be back with Liverpool vs. Crystal Palace and Arsenal vs. Aston Villa.


Kevin Hand here, saying farewell for the time being.


What an exciting day in the race for European spots!


Newcastle defeated Spurs with a resounding four-goal victory.

In order to tie with Bournemouth, Manchester United must recover from a deficit.


Additionally, Chelsea, Aston Villa, and West Ham all have games still to play in Matchweek 33 👀. source:


This statement was made by the Premier League on April 13, 2024.


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Two hours ago, at 19:15 GMT

Manchester United told by Erik ten Hag to “do your job.”

The coach assured Sky Sports that his squad possessed “resilient in character” and a strong desire to succeed.


We came from behind twice to score, but both times it wasn’t required.


On the right side in particular, we showed a lack of organization. When it comes to situations where we need to gain possession of the ball, we keep losing it.


We improved and accepted greater responsibility in the second half. We were relieved that Harry Maguire could continue the game after halftime since his leadership shone through. He had a tough first half.


The most important thing is discipline, yet we had players that were better with the ball. It’s personal; follow your athlete.


These players are giving it their all, despite their youth and lack of experience.


It seems like everyone is eager to defeat us. Our opponents will always push us to our limits, but we must always remain resilient and triumph over them.


After telling them to “remain in your positions” and “chances will come,” they played better in the second half. Keep working.


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twenty-one minutes ago, at 19:04 GMT

It was a losing battle because of all the officiating calls.

According to Bournemouth manager Andoni Iraola, his team was entitled to the victory.


“We cannot finish this game happy with the point,” he told Sky Sports. A draw against Manchester United is important, but we were the better team and should have won all three points.


Both halves were decent, but we failed to capitalize on our opportunities and were heavily penalized by the referees.


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